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Hessitation when I step on the gas with a 32/36


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what should i look at? iv been playing with the idle and mixture also the timing. im alone so i have noone here to help. any basic tips? Im kinda lost, I havent done this for over a year.

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Andy Rattley

P.S. that weber redline page everyone posts, Ive been trying that and it is working to some extent

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URL: http://home.earthlink.net/~nharren/index.html

fully warmed up before looking for a hesitation. The choke

can stick and cause major hesitation!

That said, it sounds like there is a need to clean the carb, it

may have clogged passages through the transitional ports

(like Carl said).

All in all, sounds like a good cleaning and rebuild is in order.

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Sounds like idle circuits too lean... will cause hesitation, stumbling in transition stage.

Chris B.

'73 ex-Malaga

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you're getting a squirt from it when you work the accelerator linkage? No squirt=bad pump/linkage/blockage in the internal piping...lack of accelerator pump action will cause a hesitation when suddenly accelerating.

Mike

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I'm having the same problem with it wanting to die when I step on it. I screwed the idle mixture screw in almost all the way and it got better, but still has some problem. Gotta clean mine out though.

Lars

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